Version 2.0 and newer, updated June 2023
One of seventytwo's core beliefs is that privacy should be a top priority when creating a product. That's why seventytwo uses Apple's iCloud service to store all your personal and financial information in your own personal iCloud storage container. This means that seventytwo cannot access your data at any time, period. In fact, seventytwo doesn't even have access to your name. While this can make development more challenging, it's worth the tradeoff. seventytwo uses the minimum amount of personal information necessary to deliver a great product.
seventytwo records a handful of anonymous analytic events to help drive future development. For example, an event is sent to a third-party service whenever you create a custom category or tag. The name of the category or tag is not recorded, only the fact that it was created.
When you first launch the app, you will be prompted to share your location. This information is solely used to help you find businesses around you when entering or modifying a transaction. seventytwo does not use your location for any other purposes.
seventytwo uses Apple's iCloud service to securely store all of your personal and financial information in your own iCloud container. seventytwo does not have access to any of your data.
If you’re subscribed to the Premium plan, you have the ability to pull the latest financial information from your institution of choice. seventytwo uses Plaid to achieve this. The following information is retrieved from Plaid: financial transactions, account balances, last four of the account number, and/or the name of the institution.
seventytwo never has access to your financial institution credentials. Instead, seventytwo uses Plaid to gain access to your financial transactions and account information.
If you have any questions, feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.